500 euro note
The five-hundred-euro note (€500) is the highest-value euro banknote and was produced between the introduction of the euro in 2002 until 2014. Since 27 April 2019, the banknote has no longer been issued by central banks in the euro area, but continues to be legal tender and can be used as a means of payment. It is one of the highest-value circulating banknotes in the world, worth around 565 USD, 3,647 CNY, 65,790 JPY, 523 CHF or 418 GBP as of January 2022. The note is used in the 23 countries which have the euro as their sole currency, with a population of about 343 million.